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ABBOTT H. THAYER 
MEMORIAL EXHIBITION 



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ABBOTT H. THAYER 
MEMORIAL 
EXHIBITION 


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THE CORCORAN GALLERY 

OF ART 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 


From Tuesday, May 9th, to Wednesday, 

May 31st, 1922, inclusive 


Hours of Opening: 

on mondays from 12:00 m. to 4:30 p. m. \ on 
other week days from 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 
P. M.J ON SUNDAYS from 1:30 to 4:30 P. M. 
on may 30th from 10:00 a. m. to 2:00 p. m. 









Copyright, 1922 
The Corcoran Gallery of Art 



PRESS OF GIBSON BROS., INC. 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Charles C. Glover George E. Hamilton 

William A. Clark James Parmelee 

Henry White Rudolph Kauffmann 

C. Powell Minnigerode Thomas Nelson Page 

Robert V. Fleming 

OFFICERS 

President: 
Charles C. Glover 

Vice-President: 
Henry White 

Secretary and Director: 
C. Powell Minnigerode 

Treasurer: 
Robert V. Fleming 

Secretary to the Director. 
Emily P. Millard 



The Gallery desires to express its most grateful appreciation to 
the following owners of paintings by Mr. Thayer, who have so 
generously permitted these pictures to be included in the exhibition. 

John F. Braun, Esquire 

Timothy Cole, Esquire 

George J. Dyer, Esquire 

John Gellatly, Esquire 

Miss Mary Amory Greene 

Mrs. Hendrick S. Holden 

Estate of Walter Hunnewell 

Miss Louise Kane 

William Macbeth, Incorporated 

William W. Mathewson, Esquire 

Albert Milch, Esquire 

George S. Palmer, Esquire 

Mrs. Bruce Porter 

Smith College 

The Misses Clara F. and Bessie G. Stillman 

Estate of Abbott H. Thayer 

Wellesley College 

Mrs. E. M. Whiting 

An Anonymous Lender 



INTRODUCTION 
By Virgil Barker 

1 he really important personalities of this time, now obscured 
by dust-clouds of opinions, will stand out sharp and clear 
when the air has been washed by the rain of years. As the 
dust is laid, it will become plain past all denial that Abbott 
Thayer was a personage as monumental and enduring as 
Monadnock itself. He was so by virtue of certain qualities 
which, occurring in just the combination they did, would have 
made him great in any age ; in this they made him uniquely 
great. 

To portray him as an important painter is to fall short of 
the whole truth concerning him. It is more nearly adequate to 
point out that he was a great soul using paint as his means of 
communication. Though he was entirely aware of the sheer 
pleasure of manipulating pigment, his primary loyalty was given 
to that which it could express — which it must express if he were 
to labor with it to the end. He never belittled himself in any 
trivial game of "art for art's sake"; with him always paint was 
a language by which to convey something. And the medium 
gave him most satisfaction when it did not attract attention to 
itself but allowed the long-pondered conception to shine. 

He was spirit-brother to a certain Chinese painter whose 
work was done before the year 1370. This man, Wang Li, 
made many studies of Hua Mountain, but for a long time his 
efforts to paint his "idea" of that mountain came to nothing. 
Therefore, he says,* " . . . I brooded upon it in the quiet of my 

*As translated by Air. Arthur Waley in The Burlington Magazine for August, 
1921. 

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INTRODUCTION 

house, on my walks abroad, in bed and at meals, at business, 
at concerts, in intervals of conversation and literary composi- 
tion. One day when I was resting I heard drums and flutes 
passing the door. I leapt up like a madman and cried ' I have 
got it ! ' Then I tore up my old sketches and painted it again. 
This time my only guide was Hua Mountain itself ..." Had 
Thayer lived long enough to see those words in print, his own 
heart would have leapt in sympathy and exultant under- 
standing; for some such psychological experience he must have 
had with old Monadnock. That is why the susceptible 
spectator, in looking at his painting, senses in it something 
more majestic than any momentary aspect of physical nature, 
a grandeur that has its source in the depths of all being. 

It is the same throughout the entire range of Thayer's 
mature achievement. A bowl of roses in his hands becomes 
more than a flower-piece; it is a glimpse into the very center of 
beauty. And Thayer's pictures of human beings do not, like 
the average portrait, show us people who may or may not be 
interesting, according as they are known to us or as they 
exhibit individuality; nor are his figure-pieces mere arrange- 
ments to satisfy the eye with the pattern they make on the 
canvas. Rather do they amaze us with glimpses of what is 
possible to our human kind at our best — the purity of girl- 
hood, the responsiveness of boyhood, the deep purposiveness of 
young manhood, the glory of womanhood. The finest line 
ever penned by Dr. Johnson is, 

u Thy soul completes the triumph of thy face." 
Thayer's pictures of women triumph in portraying the face and 
the soul as one. The secret of his angels is that they did not 

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come down to us from some far-removed heaven but rose up 
from the midst of us and sit brooding on the mystery and the 
splendor of our human life. 

With such an attitude towards his art, with such aims 
dictating the form of his every creation, Thayer succeeded in 
expressing something above the reach of the majority who 
paint. In a generation for the most part content with tech- 
nical proficiency, he went beyond the making of pictures ; in an 
age of painters he was an artist. He brought to bear upon 
each task the weight and comprehensive force of a great mind. 
Working always in a style intensely personal, he never cheapened 
it by exploiting his personality. His paintings are not the 
clever product of an assertive egotism, but imaginative appre- 
hensions of hidden beauty. He spent his life in rendering not 
appearances but the reality behind appearances. 

The precise aspect under which he visualized that reality 
may be defined as spiritual nobility. Looking upon the 
visions which Thayer has bequeathed to us, we respond to them 
with the feeling which Carlyle wisely praised as good for man — 
the feeling of reverence. It is only fitting that a fair portion of 
that reverence should be directed toward their creator so 
recently among us; but it is better, and more as Thayer would 
have it, that we should adore the art, the idea in the art, and 
by emotional contagion share its inspiriting power. The 
finest works of Thayer's hands possess the inexhaustible youth 
of spiritual beauty; along with the creations of the elder gods 
of art, they burn upwards — 

" Immortal incense out of mortal things." 



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CATALOGUE 



CATALOGUE OF PAINTINGS 



1 WINGED FIGURE 1912 

Oil on Canvas: h. 50; w. 38 inches. Signed and dated: 

Abbott H. Thayer 1912. Illustrated. 
Lent by John F. Braun, Esquire. 

2 BERKSHIRE HILLS or LANDSCAPE WITH CATTLE 1879 

A woodcut of this picture was made by Timothy Cole. 

Oil on canvas: h. 24; w. 32 inches. Signed and dated: A. H. 

Thayer 1879. Illustrated. 
Lent by Timothy Cole, Esquire. 

3 PASTURE AND WOODLAND 

Oil on canvas: h. 27; w. 20 inches. Signed: A. H. Thayer. 
Lent by Timothy Cole, Esquire. 



4 HEAD OF A BOY 1918 

Townsend Martin. 
Oil on canvas: h. 21; w. 17 inches. Signed: Abbott H. 

Thayer. 
Lent by George J. Dyer, Esquire. 



5 STEVENSON MEMORIAL 1903 

Oil on canvas: h. 81 J/^; w. 60 inches. Signed and dated: 

Abbott H. Thayer 1903. Illustrated. 
Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire. 



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6 PORTRAIT OF A LADY About 1920 

Mrs. William B. Cabot of Boston. 

Oil on canvas: h. 393^; w. 32 inches. Signed and dated: 

Abbott H. Thayer 190(?) (indistinct). Illustrated. 
Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire. 

7 CORNISH HEADLANDS 1898 

Near Saint Ives, Cornwall, England. One of the distant 

promontories is perhaps Gurnard's Head. 
Oil on canvas: h. 30; w. 40 inches. Signed and dated: 

Saint Ives 1898 A. H. Thayer. Illustrated. 
Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire. 

8 A BRIDE About 1895 

Oil on canvas: h. 21; W. 17 inches. Signed: Abbott H. 

Thayer. Illustrated. 
Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire. 

9 BROTHER AND SISTER 1889 

The artist's daughter Mary and son Gerald. 

Oil on canvas: h. 36; w. 28 inches. Signed and dated: 

Abbott H. Thayer New York 1889. Illustrated. 
Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire. 

10 MOTHER AND CHILD 1886 

The artist's first wife, Kate Bloede Thayer, and his son 

Gerald, aged two years. 
Oil on canvas: h. 36; w. 28 inches. Signed and dated: 

Abbott H. Thayer Peekskill 1886. Illustrated. 
Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire. 



CATALOGUE 

11 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY 1881 

Oil on canvas: h. 20; w. 16 inches. Signed and dated: 

A. H. Thayer 1881. Illustrated. 
Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire. 

12 GIRL IN WHITE 1888 or 1889 

Margaret Greene of Boston; a descendant of the painter 

Copley. 
Oil on canvas: h. 373^; w. 29^ inches. Signed: A. H. 

Thayer. Illustrated. 
Lent by Miss Mary Amory Greene. 

13 PORTRAIT OF BEATRICE 1902 

Oil on canvas: h. 63; w. 32 inches. Signed and dated: 

Abbott H. Thayer 1902. Illustrated. 
Lent by Mrs. Hendrick S. Holden. 

14 PORTRAIT 1897 

Bessie Price. 

Clarke Prize, National Academy of Design. 

Oil on canvas: h. 28; w. 19J/£ inches. Signed and dated: 

Abbott H. Thayer 1897. Illustrated. 
Lent by Mrs. Hendrick S. Holden. 

15 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRL 1891 

Miss Mary Hunnewell of Wellesley (Mrs. Williams). 
Oil on canvas: h. 44; w. 31 inches. Signed and dated: 

Abbott H. Thayer 1891. Illustrated. 
Lent by the Estate of Walter Hunnewell. 



CATALOGUE 

16 ROSES About 1897 

Oil on canvas: h. 25; w. 28J/2 inches. Signed: Abbott H. 

Thayer. 
Lent by Miss Louise Langdon Kane. 

17 PORTRAIT OF MISS MATHEWSON About 1891 

Oil on canvas: h. 24; w. 19 inches. Signed: Abbott H. 

Thayer. Illustrated. 
Lent by William W. Mathewson, Esquire. 

18 PASSENGER PIGEONS 1868 

Oil on canvas: h. 18; w. 14 inches. Signed: A. H. Thayer 

1868. 
Lent by Albert Milch, Esquire. 

19 HEAD OF SHANDY 1901 

Son of Dr. E. Channing Stowell, of Dublin and Marlboro, 

N. H. 
Oil on canvas: h. 21; w. 19 inches. Signed: Abbott H. 

Thayer. 
Lent by George S. Palmer, Esquire. 



20 PORTRAIT (Unfinished) 1908 

Eleanor Fisher (Mrs. Laurence Grose), the artist's 

niece. 
Oil on panel : h. 36 ; w. 28 inches. Signed and dated : Abbott 

H. Thayer Monadnock 1908. 
Lent by Mrs. Bruce Porter. 



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21 WINGED FIGURE 1889 

Oil on canvas: h. o0}4; w. 36 inches. Signed and dated: 

Abbott H. Thayer 1889. Illustrated. 
Lent by Smith College. 

22 PORTRAIT, LADY IN WHITE 1888 

Miss Bessie Stillmax. 

Oil on canvas: h. 36; w. 28 inches. Signed: A. H. Thayer. 

Lent by the Misses Clara F. and Bessie G. Stillman. 

23 THE SISTERS 1884- 

Miss Bessie and Miss Clara Stillman. 

Oil on canvas : h. 54^; w. 36 inches. Signed : A. H. Thayer. 

Lent by the Misses Clara F. and Bessie G. Stillman. 

24 BOY'S HEAD 1919 

Oil on canvas: h. 29; w. 22 inches. Signed: A. H. Thayer, 

1919. 
Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 

25 SUNRISE— SAX REMO 

Oil on canvas: h. 37^; w. 28 inches Signed: Abbott H. 

Thayer. 
Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 

26 YOUNG LADY IN WHITE 

Oil on canvass: h. 26; w. 20 inches. Signed: Abbott H. 
Thayer, Monadnock, N. H. 

Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 



CATALOGUE 



27 BABY ASLEEP (a study) 1879 

William Henry Thayer, 2nd; the artist's first son. 

Oil on canvas: h. 12^; w. 163^ inches. Signed: A. H. 

Thayer. 
Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 

28 GIRL ARRANGING HER HAIR About 1909 

(Worked on again, 1921). A. E. W. (Mrs. GeraldThayer). 
Oil on canvas: h. 25; w. 24 inches. Signed and dated: 

A. H. Thayer 1918. Illustrated. 
Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 



29 MONADNOCK ANGEL 

Oil on canvas: h. 91; w. 59 Y2 inches. 

Thayer by E. B. T. Illustrated. 
Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 



1920 and 1921 
Inscribed: A. H. 



30 GLADYS About 1905 

The artist's daughter. 
Oil on canvas: h. 25; w. 23^ inches. Signed: Abbott H. 

Thayer. Illustrated. 
Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 



31 PROFILE, YOUNG WOMAN About 1906 

The artist's niece, Eleanor Fisher. 
Oil on panel: h. 20}^; w. 15^ inches. Signed: Abbott H. 

Thayer. 
Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 



CATALOGUE 

32 PORTRAIT-STUDY About 1884 

Oil on canvas: h. 29; w. 25 inches. Inscribed: A. H. Thayer 
by E. B. T. 

Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 



33 SELF PORTRAIT 1919 

Oil on panel: h. 22; w. 24 inches. Signed and dated: 

Abbott H. Thayer 1919. Illustrated as frontispiece. 
Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 



34 WINTER SUNRISE, MOUNT MONADNOCK 1919 

Oil on canvas: h. 53; w. 62 inches. Signed and dated: 

Abbott H. Thayer 1919. Illustrated. 
Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 



35 BOY AND ANGEL About 1917 to 1920 

Townsend Martin, boy in picture. 

Oil on panel : h. 61 ; w. 49 inches. Signed and dated : Abbott 

H. Thayer April 2, 1920. Illustrated. 
Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 



36 ANGEL OF DAWN About 1909 {Finished 1918) 

A. E. W. (Mrs. Gerald Thayer). 
Oil on canvas: h. 102^; w. 62^ inches. Signed and 

dated: Abbott H. Thayer 1919. Illustrated. 
Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 



CATALOGUE 

37 LADY IN GREEN VELVET About 1910 (Finished 1918) 

A. E. W. (Mrs. Gerald Thayer). 

Gold medal and first prize, International Exhibition, Car- 
negie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1919. 

Oil on canvas: h. 49J/9; w. 37 inches. Signed : Abbott H. 
Thayer. Illustrated. 

Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer. 

38 PORTRAIT OF ALICE FREEMAN PALMER 

President of Wellesley College, 1882-1887. 

Oil on canvas: h. 50; w. 36 inches. Signed: Abbott H. 

Thayer. Illustrated. 
Lent by Wellesley College. 

39 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST'S SISTER 1S79 

Sue Thayer (Mrs. E. M. Whiting). 
Oil on canvas: h. 23; w. 19 inches. Signed: A. H. Thayer. 
Illustrated. 

Lent by Mrs. E. M. Whiting. 

40 PORTRAIT OF A BOY 1905 

Hexry Thayer Whiting, the artist's nephew. 

Oil on canvas: h. 24J/ 2 ; w. 22J/2 inches. Signed and dated: 
begun 1903 Abbott H. Thayer Monadnock 1905. Illus- 
trated. 

Lent by Mrs. E. M. Whiting. 

41 FIGURE. HALF-DRAPED About 1885 

Oil on canvas: h. 71 j^; w. 48 inches. Signed : A. H. Thayer. 
Illustrated. 

Lent Anonymously. 

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42 STUDY HEAD OF A YOUNG GIRL 

Oil on canvas: h. 16; w. 13 inches. Signed: A. H. Thayer 



DRAWINGS 



A comprehensive collection of ninety four water colors, drawings 
and sketches, is included in the exhibition, the indvidual titles 
of which are not listed in this catalogue. 




ILLUSTRATIONS 




( No. 1 ) 

Winged Figure 

Lent by John F. Braun, Esquire 




(No. 2 ) 
Berkshire Hills or Landscape with Cattle 
Lent by Timothy Cole, Esquire 




( No. 5 ) 

Stevenson Memorial 

Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire 




(No. 6) 

Portrait of a Lady 

Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire 




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( No. 7 ) 

Cornish Headlands 

Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire 




(No. 8) 

A Bride 

Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire 




( No. 9 ) 

Brother and Sister 

Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire 




(No. 10) 

Mother and Child 

Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire 




(No. 11) 
Portrait of a Young Lady 
Lent by John Gellatly, Esquire 




(No. 12) 

Girl in White 

Lent by Miss Mary Amory Greene 




(No. 13) 

Portrait of Beatrice 

Lent bv Mrs. Hendrick S. Holden 




(No. 14) 

Portrait 

Lent by Mrs. Hendrick S. Holden 




(No. 15) 

Portrait of a Young Girl 

Lent by the Estate of Walter Hunnewell 




(Xo. 17) 

Portrait of Miss Mathewson 

Lent by William W. Mathewson, Esquire 




( No. 21 ) 

Winged Figure 

Lent by Smith College 



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( No. 28 ) 

Girl Arranging Her Hair 

Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer 




( No. 29 ) 

Monadnock Angel 

Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer 




(No. 30) 

Gladys 

Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer 




( No. 34 ) 
Winter Sunrise, Mount Monadnock 
Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer 




( Xo. 35 ) 

Boy and Axgel 

Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer 




( No. 36 ) 

Angel of Dawn 

Lent bv the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer 




( No. 37 ) 

Lady in Green Velvet 

Lent by the Estate of Abbott H. Thayer 




( No. 38 ) 

Portrait of Alice Freeman Palmer 

Lent by Wellesley College 




( No. 39 ) 

Portrait of the Artist's Sister 

Lent by Mrs. E. M. Whiting 




( No. 40 ) 

Portrait of a Boy 

Lent by Mrs. E. M. Whiting 




( No. 41 ) 

Figure, Half-Draped 

Lent Anonymously 



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